Following a gold bullion robbery an abandoned, crumbling Mediterranean village seems to offer the perfect hideout for Rhino and his gang. But not all is as it seems in the rundown village, the home of bohemian painter Luce. While hiding from the law the gang face sun, sex, violence, and surreal dreams, meanwhile the cops are already on the way, the bullets will fly and the blood will flow.
A homage to seventies Euro crime thrillers, exploitation movies, maybe even the more outre-westerns, and with a glorious colour palette and genuinely inspired visual aesthetic to match, as well as a great soundtrack, Let The Corpses Tan is already developing a cult following and it’s easy to see why.
“Let the Corpses Tan is driven by sensory overload—its formal elements pieced together in rhythmic crescendos designed to titillate not with sex or violence, but through sheer cinematic inventiveness.” - Slant
Screens with the short film The Wallpaper.
Fri 6th, 11pm, Luna Leederville